From Sand and Ash Characters

Harmon, Amy
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Batsheva Rosselli

Batsheva, or Eva, Rosselli is one of the principal characters of the novel and the long-time love interest of Angelo Bianco. Simultaneously mischievous, passionate, caring, and gentle, Eva grows from a young girl to a mother in her mid-thirties by the novel's end. She has an extensive family, including her father Camillo, uncles Felix and Augusto, and numerous cousins.

Born in Florence, she lost her mother at a young age. As a result, Eva is extremely close with her father Camillo up until the day he leaves to rescue Felix's father and is imprisoned in Auschwitz. She plays the violin extremely well, and was a member of an orchestra in Florence before being expelled for being a Jew. As a teenager, she dates several boys at the same time and enjoyed life to the fullest, caring little for her religion or the politics surrounding it. She also...

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